Many plant protection products (and active ingredients) in Europe are disappearing year after year.
At the same time, large companies are under pressure from “generics” (companies using molecules whose patents and protections are in the public domain) without being able to develop new molecules and products allowing them to generate a margin.
These large companies are currently investing massively in related fields such as robotisation or data (GPS, image, weather, etc.).
The dispersion of their financial resources to the detriment of research on new molecules, European regulations (one of the most drastic) and over-regulation by certain states do not allow them to ensure sufficient future revenues in view of the amounts required to develop increasingly sophisticated molecules.
New companies are emerging to compensate this disengagement of the historical companies.
This is the case of NaturElution.
We are taking small steps to make earth better planet
NaturElution’s commitment is to improve agriculture at its humble scale. To do so, NaturElution is commited to:
What NaturElution develop
By copying nature and using nature, the opportunities are numerous.
But few products prove their effectiveness in the field.
After one year of field trials, the first product developed by NaturElution is a fungicide with the following spectrum:
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October 2021 – Anadiag Italia – Trials final result
A year has passed. First report of the trials done this year in grapes in Italy. The result confirm the promising interest in the fungicide developed.
Anadiag Italia is part of Anadiag group and is the lead within the group for biocontrol product.
This year was a year to narrow down the right amount of active ingredient to optimize the efficacy. The spectrum tested was wide. However, the max dose rate tested was 80% of the target registration rate.
This dose rate, against downy mildew on grapes, reaches at BBCH81 (beginning of ripening), 91% / 76% on leaves and 94% / 82% on bunches of efficacy. To be complete, disease on untreated check was 32%/66% on leaves and 6%/54% on bunches at BBCH81.
This efficacy is more than what was expected and give NaturElution the confidence for the upcoming registration.
July 2021- BPI France – French Tech Fund
NaturElution was awarded the “French Tech” grant from BPI France, which supports new companies with real growth potential. A support proposed to innovative companies in order to accompany them in their development. This grant is a recognition of the work done so far.
The subvention will help NaturElution to continue to prove in field the efficacy of the product developed.
July 2021 – Village By CA – Integration
NaturElution is proud to be part as ag-company in the incubator Village By CA Chateaudun.
The Village by Credit Agricole in Châteaudun is located on the « Les Champs du Possible » Campus, a unique place where startups, professionals, students and institutions share and create the agriculture of tomorrow.
It’s a new start in the development of the company that try to bring new natural active ingredient in agricultural field. This incubation will help the company to go further in many ways. First of all, the network of companies and farmers that are arounb is an opportunity to “feel” the market, and understand what is needed for future development. Second of all, the support to help the company growth.
Happy to be part of the adventure.
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